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Andy Moses

Penske Logistics

Senior Vice President-Sales and Solutions

Andy Moses is senior vice president of sales and solutions for Penske Logistics. In this newly created position, his responsibilities include global sales and business development for North America, South America and Asia. His solutions management duties include the engineering and pricing/contract teams.

Moses was most recently senior vice president of global products. He was entrusted with go-to-market pricing, engineering, design and operating strategies for the company's dedicated contract carriage, distribution center management and transportation management products.

Moses has amassed over three decades of transportation industry experience serving in product and sales leadership roles. Prior to joining Penske Logistics, he was vice president of sales at Penske Truck Leasing.

A member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Moses has spoken at industry-leading supply chain conferences and guest lectured at top universities. He is also a supply chain author.

A master black belt, Moses was awarded a bachelor's degree in accounting from Brooklyn College and a master's degree from Pennsylvania State University in leadership development.

Moses and his wife JoAnne reside in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, with their two children.

Sessions With Andy Moses

Tuesday, 27 September

  • 11:45am - 12:30pm (CST) / 27/sep/2022 04:45 pm - 27/sep/2022 05:30 pm

    Inland Market Report

    The inland distribution map has changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic and is evolving even more rapidly as shippers shift freight among US ports and struggle to manage higher levels of inventory. New distribution points, inland ports, and transportation hubs are emerging under the pressure of e-commerce and the need for integrated first-to-last-mile networks. How do changes in port selection alter inland routes? Where do we need more intermodal yards, chassis, trailers, and trucks? What real estate decisions and trade-offs must shippers make as they try to move ever closer to their customers? This panel will lay out the broad themes and issues.